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, the legendary clive davis opens up about his storied career, his close relationship with whitney houston and reveals a secret of his own. >>> and, shark love? she is out to show the world the gentle side of nature's most fearsome predators. but how close is too close? >> announcer: keep it right but how close is too close? >> an[ male announcer ] with citibank it's easy for jay to deposit checks from anywhere. [ wind howling ] easier than actually going to the bank. mobile check deposit. easier banking. standard at citibank. makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go. even when she's not going anywhere. citibank for ipad. easier banking. standard at citibank. >> announcer: from new york city, this is "nightline" with juju chang. >>> good evening. thank you for joining us. well, move over, botox, when it comes to plastic surgery, chin implants or chin plants, are the fastest growing new procedure. so why the sudden fixation on the perfect jaw line? doctors are seeing more patients who hate the way they look online and have decided surgery is the best way to make a
clive davis opens up about his storied career, his close relatnship with whitney houston and reveals a secret of his own. >>> and, shark love? she is out to show the world the gentle side of nature's most fearsome predators. but how close is too close? >> announcer: from new york city, this is "nightline" with juju chang. >>> good evening. thank you for joining us. well, move over, botox, when it comes to plastic surgery, chin implants or chin plants, are the fastest growing new procedure. so why the sudden fixation on the perfect jaw line? doctors are seeing more patients who hate the way they look online and have decided surgery is the best way to make a radical change to their profiles. abc's cecelia vega brings an encore presentation. >> reporter: this woman is about to undergo a radical transformation. she is doing it for a radical reason. she wants to look better online. she has decided to change her face through surgery, specifically a nose job and a chin implant. with the help of this beverly hills doctor, richard allenbogen. >> i don't want to make the nose too small but str
] ♪ [intervenciones en inglés dobladas al español] [locutor] "shamwari: una vida salvaje" (lyndal davies) a continuación en shamwari: tenemos poco tiempo para salvar a este elefante. empújenlo, vamos, vamos. (lyndal davies) animales nuevos muy especiales. nuestra estudiante comete un grave error. no, no, oigan! (lyndal davies) una emotiva despedida de uno de nuestros pacientes favoritos. deja de grabar, no puedo parar de llorar. y tratamos de atrapar a un leopardo suelto. cabo oriental, sudáfrica. (lyndal davies) vivir y trabajar en una reserva de animales salvajes puede ser muy tranquilizador, pero al mismo tiempo muy emocionante. ♪ la captura de animales es uno de los trabajos más riesgosos del mundo y nadie lo sabe mejor que john o'brien, su trabajo es disparar dardos tranquilizantes desde el aire. [john o'brien por radio] lo más peligroso es intentar atrapar animales desde el aire porque se está en altitudes bajas todo el tiempo en lo que llamamos zona muerta, si hay un problema no hay tiempo para solucionarlo. (lyndal davies) y si no está atento a todos los detalles esto po
making the move up the inside. millsaps right behind him, on the honda number 41, and on the 18 of davi millsaps. >> it ain't over yet, boys. >> he ain't done yet. >> i put my head down and kept charging, not settle for second even though it is the first round. i have never won at anaheim before. i just had to go for it. >> here is millsaps! who is going to hit the cross. millsaps is in the lead! can he pull it off here tonight? and davi millsaps is about to do it, he wins anaheim's! >> as the season heads off to arizona for round two, two-time champs are looking to bounce back and step into the spotlight. as villopoto, stewart and reed try to stem the tides of the underdog round one winner. "monster energy supercross - ryan villopoto champion" " [ male announcer ] let's pinch our dreams. let's wake them up. ♪ make them real. ♪ let's not let anything hold us back, not even 292,000 pounds. let's keep our head in the stars, our feet on the ground... and nothing will be beyond our reach. ♪ toyota. let's go places. ♪ >> as the series headed to round two at chase field in phoenix, a
! starring clive davis. and why clive davis, you ask? one simple reason. >> clive davis is bisexual. >> veteran music producer and the man who discovered whitney houston goes both ways, at least according to his recent appearance on the katie couric show. >> you don't have to be only one thing or another. for me, it's the person. >> and we totally support his choice especially after seeing an important film about bisexuality. here's a clip. god, tolerance is awesome. but back to clive davis. >> said he didn't have a gay relationship until he was in his 50's. >> he's dividing it up, first 50 and last 50. >> what caused clive's sudden interest in gentlemen? >> when you're that big, you just people. i've always said it. rock stars, whatever, they're every which way. >> it's true. rock stars will bone anyone and anything. on the other hand -- >> that sounds like an excuse to me. >> yeah. >> if you became a rock star, you would just sleep with everybody? >> i don't know. i'm not a rock star. i can't answer that question. >> so you're telling me there's a chance. >> well, either way, we'r
to consider the issue ans of the on sale beer license to angel davis and nguej lay for 7682. >> i am here to ask permission to open a beer and wine bar at 315 ivy in haze valley. i have been managing the building for at last ten years and my best friend and partner angle davis and i would like to open a wine bar there and i was born and raised in san francisco. i went to schools all in the richmond. >> yeah, the richmond district. >> the same as my father who went to all three schools. my father operated and ran a deli a couple of blocks away from here for 40 years. is he now working with my grandmother up on market and church. she also has a deli up there and she is 85 and still up there going strong. and as a native san franciscoan i have seen the city change a lot especially the haze valley, i have chosen the haze valley to want to continue my family's tradition of opening a small business and helping the neighborhood continue to grow, and hopefully the people can come and have a glass of wine and beer for many years to come. for the past couple of months we have been doing a ton of ou
to bone everyone! starring clive davis. and why clive davis, you ask? one simple reason. >> clive davis is bisexual. >> veteran music producer and the man who discovered whitney houston goes both ways, at least according to his recent appearance on the katie couric show. >> you don't have to be only one thing or another. for me, it's the person. >> and we totally support his choice especially after seeing an important film about bisexuality. here's a clip. god, tolerance is awesome. but back to clive davis. >> said he didn't have a gay relationship until he was in his 50's. >> he's dividing it up, first 50 and last 50. >> what caused clive's sudden interest in gentlemen? >> when you're that big, you just [beep] people. i've always said it. rock stars, whatever, they're every which way. >> it's true. rock stars will bone anyone and anything. on the other hand -- >> that sounds like an excuse to me. >> yeah. >> if you became a rock star, you would just sleep with everybody? >> i don't know. i'm not a rock star. i can't answer that question. >> so you're telling me there's a chance. >> wel
. >>> a retired police officer is on trial for the murder of his own son. he claims is self-defense. timothy davis shot and killed 22-year-old timothy junior. he said davis was defending himself after being tackled by his son, plu officers believe surveillance video -- >> the video seems to suggest that mr. davis, sr. actually pursued or cuds the confrontation. >> the prosecutors are expected to argue that day vills killed his son in cold blood after an argument over the custody of davis' grandson. >>> officers resorted to mace to break up a crowd. officers in ohio are still trying to identify the two girls who started the fight. two other student were arrested for fighting outside the school. >>> a bad pass turned into an incredible shot for a basketball player in colorado. a girl was trying to make a pass way down court but overshot her target. the ball bounced on the court and goes right. the crowd went wild. >> got to love it when it happens. >> missed it but then hit it. >>> coming up, president obama will discuss the issues facing our country. find out the president's talking points. >> be h
&t at the half" doug gottlieb and seth davis and our friends in stewed yes 43. lenzelle smith will get to the free throw line for a couple of shots. >> bill: interesting they push the ball. brust couldn't get in position to contain the bounce. i think you've got to do more of that. give it up as quickly as you can. more time to run your stuff in your action. >> tim: this ohio state team looked so strong in that loss to michigan on the road, and then aaron craft said we lost our edge when we played indiana. did not play -- "we played as though we thought we were better than we really were." that was the indication he was giving me. today they're going to need that edge again to mount a come-back trailing by 14. >> bill: tom crean's kids playing great. >> tim: they are. oladipo. >> bill: oladipo has been sensational. they are a very good basketball team. they can do it all. no question about it. being hot late is what counts, though. >> tim: got a little banged up last night, oladipo did. >> tim: brust leaving it for berggren. yes, and a foul. >> bill: as good as brust had the bailout pa
to learn. >> reporter: lori davis' job is to make your online dating profile the best it can be. >> i figure when you hear red, you think feisty and exciting. >> reporter: that single mom, promotions producer at wusa 9. we asked davis to look over her profile. carrie starts off with she's a typical red head. >> you never want to describe yourself as typical, because you want to stand out from the rest of the women on the screen. >> reporter: that's tip one. stand out and be specific about it. >> reporter: davis says it makes it easy for someone to write to you. and ladies, tip two. the old rules don't apply. women not only can write to men, they should. >> sometimes women just feel like they don't to be the first one to reach out, but it's really important, because you never want technology to get in your way if you're on page 10 of his search results and he only looks at the first 5, he might not even come across you. >> do you want to send that message to people? >> i do, but i don't know what to say. i don't know what the first line is. if i read a profile and thought he was attrac
is getting in and all the super bowl excitement this weekend. vernon davis gallery 85 on santana road features artwork from vernon davis himself, the tight end for the niners. those three paintings right there, that is vernon davis' magic touch right there. the gallery will hold a concert and sale this weekend in honor of the super bowl. some of the musicians including this guy here, jasper, were at the gallery early this morning getting in on final rehearsals before tomorrow's concert. this concert happens tomorrow from 4:00 until 6:00 p.m. all the proceeds from the concert and art sales will benefit the vernon davis foundation for the arts which is designed to get children excited about the art industry. >> vernon davis, a true renaissance man. very nice. the 49er faithful were out in force tonight. a chance to be live on the "today" show. christina loren was out there with them. let's just say she got a little bit of a surprise of her own. >> these fans have been out here for two hours so far. it's chilly out here. so seven-day outlook. >> turn around. >> what's happening? >> is he
-- and some of the new technology. tom davis, what are you doing out here in las vegas? and speaking at one of the conferences and trying to enjoy the show. word?t is the >> leading consulting firm. >> since you have retired, is that what you have been doing? >> that is what i have been doing. >> what is the panel that you are headlining? >> we have a couple of members that will be talking about the fiscal cliff and what is happening or not happening in washington. try to let people understand why things are the way it is for people who do not understand how washington works. we try to demystify it for them. >> is there a particular angle to legislative policy when it comes to tech companies such as we are seeing here? >> they tend to be on the social side, social issues and to have a democratic heliceplolicies. on the economic policy, very free-trade, not a union type of operation. more market oriented. they get conflicted between the parties in this. the politics and the bay area is a culture that is a predominant force in the political alignment. in my area, there is a huge tech order. r
. >> thank you. next is shelly davis. >> hi. okay. my name is shelly davis. sorry. is this good? >> yes. >> hi. my name is shelly davis. i am a 20-year-old college student. i am particularly commenting on the lack of programs for younger people with disabilities, particularly for getting help with programs such as ssi and housing assistance. the reason is that you often get shuffled around. there is no definitive counseling that tells you to do any one particular thing. so counseling options for younger people would be great. and for getting ssi, i think there should be a local financial assistance while you are waiting for your ssi, because there are financial hardships. and that is really concerning. and basically, in conclusion, i think that the programs right now, they don't facilitate independence as mentioned earlier. the programs, they don't facilitate good transition. so i think that if there are better connections and more programs specifically for youth with disabilities, that we can become more productive members of society. thank you. >> thank you very much. next i have
monday in the murder case of timothy davis sr., a police officer who is charged with shooting his own son to death. he says it was in self-defense. but surveillance video from his own home is raising questions. and john schriffen is here with the latest on this story. >> reporter: when the emotional trial starts later this morning, it will pit prosecutors against timothy davis' family. davis says he fired his gun after his son jumped him during an argument. his wife and daughter side with him. but prosecutors say there is evidence this shows this was intentional. prosecutors say this surveillance video shows retired orlando police lieutenant, timothy davis sr., retrieving a gun for his car, and then aiming it at his son. moments later, they say, 22-year-old timothy jr. was dead. >> you have to slow down and tell me what's going on? >> i believe my son was shot. >> he was shot in front of where? >> in front of my house. >> reporter: in court monday, davis could be seen holding and reading through a bible as jury selection began. court watchers expect prosecutors will tell that jury davis k
him from the punch liner comedy brunch, please welcome ship comedian reggie davis. reggie, come on out. >> you know, if chris rock were here, i bet he would say don't anybody want to go on a cruise? you all going to die on this boat. what else? what else? what else? [ laughter ] i am sorry. okay, i can't tell no more jokes. there is doogies on the wall, man. how this get on the wall? how does that happen? >> all right. okay. okay. all right. that's reggie davis, everyone. reggie davis. funny guy. [ cheers and applause ] >> if anyone here is going to be in seattle next weekend, reggie will be headlining at funny bone. >> yeah. speaking of headlines. one of the helicopters flying above dropped down a couple papers. we thought we would catch you up on what you missed this week. >> there is no god! >> hey, hey, there is a god. there is a god. he did not abandon us, okay. t'
edwin m. lee (applause) . . >> thank you very much mr. davis for that introduction, happy valentine's everybody ... >>> (applause) . >> wow what a wonderful occasion. i mean how can you be today valentine's day in a room full of heros on the field of heros yeah (applause) in the innovation capital of the world the world class city of san francisco congratulations everybody for being a hero today. you know the san francisco hospital foundation the general hospital foundation has been such a wonderful wonderful entity and i want to just thank stephanie your leadership, i want to thank julie and rich at the board with all of the other board members, the staff at the hospital, all of the staph, you know sometimes the doctors have to do it's emergency work but what makes that whole hospital run is literally everybody that works at the hospital from the social workers to the accountants to the administrators to the nurses, and nurse practitioner and is the doctors and all of the fundraisers thank you everybody for working together. and for today, again, a big thanks to ellen and pam
. >>> record exec clive davis has released a tell-all memoir which includes the revelation that he's bisexual. and he also reveals that kelly clarkson would burst into tears. while he was managing her first album. now clarkson is accusing davis of memory lapses. and misinformation. she says the only time she ever cried in his office was when davis called her a lousy writer who should, quote, just shut up and sing. ouch. >>> british drama "downton abbey" raked in 8.2 million viewers. thanks to "downton" pbs has quadrupled its prime time average. >> we all know what the winners of the oscars get. what about the losers? the runners-up will be taking home swag bags totaling $45,000. that includes trips to australia, hawaii, condoms and tequila. >> those go with you to australia and howe. >> they certainly do. appointments for injectable fillers. and portion-control dinner ware. in case any of the losers plan to diet. >>> turning now to a story from portland, oregon, where a sea otter is making a splash by showing off his basketball skills. eddie, the sea otter, definitely knows how to take it to
&pinnhis capaccty as leaaer of the church.jennifee davis has details from washiigton. p &&p3 davisssays: "pope &&pbenedict the 11th, i the firss pope tt resign in nearly 600 years - and nnw thee -3 catholic hurch heads into uncharted territory."ccrdinal dolan says: "i have to be honnst, i'm as pf you." cardinal wwehrl & saay: "this is very & sttrtling. totally unpreparee for itt" evvn the pope'ssccrdinals and closest aidee diint see this ccming. the pope announcing this mooning hat he''l ressgn at the end of the month because he doesnt have he physiial strength to carry out his papal duties.(nats) in a - statemmnt the pppe xplaiied - i have had to reccgnize my 3 fulfill the ministry entrusted toomea"a&" hees had a relatively shhrt tenuree it -3 was just 2005 wen joseph cardinal ratzziger succeeded john aul the second. burke says: "joseph ratzinger had always been ccnsidereddsuch a traditionalist, but many of &psomebbdy wwo thinkk oot of the box' and i think this is
brings the hoosiers within 1. 67-66. kevin misses. follows. 72-68 to remain number one. chris davis moves back and field in the orioles. davis filling in right field. now that nick returns to write, davis moved back to the infield. he has a different outlook in different optimism than he has ever taken into a new season. >> it was huge. to play every day and on a winning team. there were a lot of guys in the clubhouse that took strides in the right direction. as a team, we did really well. we were not satisfied by any means. it was good to get that experience last year and have it going into this year. >> we did a documentary on ben franklin high school boy's the ball team who overcame the death of a teammate. tonight they celebrate their first-ever championship. 52-39 for the division two city title. dubnbar -- dunbar and edmondson. in the red uniform. isaiah hits the long jump shot. 35 points. dunbar a shade better tonight. the game with the to overtime. dunbar wins. 74-73. the jets' head coach mid the first transaction by sending part scott as his first player. 4 years later, he has ba
place? the war of words with clive davis, saying she refused to be bullied behind closed doors. ♪ i'm on top of the world i'm on top of the world ♪ >>> and hello, robin. the froggy slippers are off and she's back in times square. five months from the day from her bone marrow transplant. her doctors, giving her the thumbs-up. getting back into fighting shape. all on team robin here and across the country, with a big welcome, right now. >> welcome back, girlfriend. >> welcome back, robin. >> robin is back, only on "gma." ♪ i'm on top of the world >>> i've been waiting to do that. >> we've all been waiting for that drumroll. it is official now. welcome back, robin. >> yeah. [ applause ] >> you can hear the cheers out in times square just a minute ago. and look at everybody early this morning, coming in to welcome robin. even earlier than normal, robin. here before 5:00 this morning. the crew is here. all of abc news. >> oh, thanks so much. and i have to say, i keep pinching myself. i keep pinching myself. and i realize that this is real. this is actually happening. and i don't have
runs the olive oil center at the university of california at davis. it tested 186 extra-virgin olive oil samples from grocery stores and specialty stores in california using international standards. >> and nobody is pulling olive oil off the shelf and testing it. when we did that, we found that a lot of it wasn't very good. >> reporter: in fact, uc davis found of the five top selling imported extra-virgin olive oil brands sold in california, 73% of the samples failed the international sensory standards for extra virgin. uc davis says the failed oils were either oxidized, of poor quality, and/or adulterated with cheaper refined oils. >> it was sort of low grade, defective, off-flavored olive oil that was being sold to consumers as top grade extra-virgin olive oil. >> reporter: if your palate doesn't know extra virgin from any other oil what difference does it make if extra virgin on the label isn't extra virgin in the bottle? you're getting ripped off in the pocketbook charles parrot runs the quality monitoring program for the u.s. department of agriculture. olive oil importers can as
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marcus davis, the owner of a popular diner in houston called the breakfast club. he's involved in a controversial involving murals painting on his walls depicting the president. the mural has been depicted to less than four times. the mural was first hit with paint spray in march 2010. restored and hit again in october 2012 just before the election. undeterred, davis commissioned adams to paint a new look for the 2012 campaign. sure nenough, the mural was struck again in january. mr. davis, who by now had also installed a surveillance camera, was resolute. this time going even bigger with the art featuring the president with a child. and so this monday president's day, mr. davis sensing a similar attack on his property collared someone he thought was about to strike. the police arrived, everyone was interviewed. ultimately the damplt's offi.a. declined to press charges. the story is not over yet. i'm delighted to say marcus davis joins us now from houston. good afternoon, sir. >> good afternoon to you and thanks for having me on. >> it's a great pleasure. do you believe that in
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a minute ago they were forcing the deciding game five in new york. this year, we will see chris davis returned to first base. some have concerns about the defensive downgrade. chris davis is not among them. >> i have done a lot more infield work. there was a routine i had in texas that i really like and worked well for me. a kind of got away from that last year. i think of what -- i think that was the main reason i struggled. it is funny to hear you talk about the fact i am going back to first base. i never thought i would be playing in the outfield or doing the things i did last year. i have always thought of myself as a first baseman. i have been out here almost two weeks. i feel comfortable over there. it was one of those things last year. i could not get out of it. we had some injuries. i have to move around. i have all of the confidence in the world in my defensive skills. >> cannot wait for baseball season. the nba all-star weekend in six days. the clippers and knicks will be well represented. a preview today at madison square garden. anthony had a monster afternoon. on fire in
of words with music mogul clive davis. why she says she refuses to be bullied. >>> and feeling stronger every day. how robin got into fighting shape, ready to return just five months after her bone marrow transplant. >>> robin, here's a message from our alma mater, espn. >> robin, everybody's welcoming you back, mostly to "gma" and to news. no, no, no. we know where your home is. we know where you started. sports. we're happy to have you back. >> and we love you. keep on smiling. and keep on doing what you've been doing, girl. you're doing your thing. >> we love you, robin. thank you very much for being such an inspiration to so many people. >> and even though we don't elect stuff at espn, i would elect you as first lady of espn. >> congrats for coming back. >> glad you're back. >> glad you're back. hd 4. hd 4. [ anouncer ] ihop is in time square to compare new griddle-melts to your usual breakfast sandwich. a lot more flavor. [ anouncer ] ihop's new griddle melts... made fresh and hot! hand crafted just for you. it's like a sexy sandwich. [ anouncer ] compare new griddle melts yourself
technology. here's some more of our programming. former congressman tom davis, what are you doing out here at ces in vegas? >> guest: well, this is where it's a lot more productive here than congress and my own life. i'm speaking at one of the conferences here and trying to enjoy the show. >> host: what's deloiotte? >> guest: deloiotte is the largest of the big accounting firms, consulting firms, professional services firms in the country. it's a partnership. >> host: since you've retired from congress, is that what you've been doing? >> guest: that's what i've been doing, work anything the consulting practice. >> host: what's the panel that you are headlining -- >> guest: well, i've got an issue on congress tomorrow. i've got a couple other members, and we're going to just talk about the fiscal cliff, we talk about what's happening or not happening in washington and try to let people understand why it's the way it is. for people who don't understand how washington works and how voters work, sometimes we try to demystify it for them. >> host: tom davis, is there a particular angle to legis
davis what are you doing out here in nevada? >> guest: i am out here with deloitte and speaking at one of the conferences here and trying to enjoy the show. >> host: what is deloitte? >> guest: deloitte is a accounting firm and consulting firm the largest leading consulting firms professional services firms in the country. >> host: since you retired from congress is that what you have been doing? >> guest: that is what i've been doing, doing consulting. i have got a couple of members talking about the fiscal cliff and to talk about what is happening or not happening in washington and he tried to let people understand why why it's the way it is. for people who don't understand how washington works, sometimes we try to do demystified for them. >> host: tom davis is there particular angle to legislative policy when it comes to tech companies such as we are seeing out here at ces? >> guest: they are conflicted because they tend to be on the social side, the social issue side with more of the democratic policies on and abortion and gun rights. doesn't mean we are urbanized but on the econom
of my favorite institutions the golfing range. as i was talking with former governor gray davis it was worth giving up. it was something ha we did right in the city and something that i continue to do is invest in infrastructure so we can have that great foundation because as i recall the discussions up that very crowded pernasis campus was that people needed more space and guess what? we have got that space here. but it is isn't just for a fantastic 2500 ucsan francisco that are here, it is for the thousands of other people that are collaborating with them as they find these discoveries, whether it is the pharmaceutical companies, the other science companies. i just came back from another fantastic conference and mayers, that they allowed me to head up a panel discussion on science, technology, engineering and math. stem, is what we all call it these days. that is the jealousy of all of the other mayers that when they hear about stotterry of mission bay, they are trying to create their own mission bay in their cities and they are wanting to work with all of the universities and
. but what does live davis have to say about that. >> i don't -- >> reporter: we responded to this ad on craig's list for tickets to tonight's grammyreceiveed this return e- mail from kevin anderson with dream tickets inc their site says they sell vip tickets and extraordinary access to events. with a hidden camera our under cover producer met with ander son. he said he could get us tickets in the exclusive gold section at staples and more. anderson promised entree to last night's clive davis pregrammy party. >> okay, that seems -- don't i need my name on a list. >> reporter: all together, it is big bucks. >> $3,000. >> reporter: he didn't have any tickets with him and if the grammy's weren't enough he had tickets to the oscarthe governor's ball. but can he? a spokesperson for the academy says quote, the oscars and governor's ball are private, invitation only events tickets are not available to the public. the same for the grammy's. >> when we went and talked with him under cover our person said so we will be in there with clive davis, bumping elbow
on southbound 880 between davis and marina as you make your way into san leandro. should wrap up between 5 and 6 this morning. more overnight roadwork out of livermore. eastbound lanes of 580 approaching north greenville road, various lanes blocked. they are saying until 11:00 this morning. in the meantime in the commute direction it's still free and clear out of tracy towards the dublin interchange. here's another live look at the golden gate bridge. they haven't started the lane changes yet. a few headlights coming into san francisco. so far no delay all the way through marin county. and a quick check on bart which just started operating this morning. all trains are on time. back to you. >> thank you. >>> anyone who droves here in the bay area knows that gas prices are high now but there may soon be some relief. kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran in emeryville to explain. >> reporter: this is according to the survey that came out yesterday. i'm sure drivers could say we want the relief and it can't come soon enough. prices here for a gallon of regular ar
. >> reporter: ron davis got the call every parent dreads last november. his 17-year-old son jordan had been shot twice in the parking lot of this gas station. >> what they did was they pulled a sheet up to his neck because they didn't want know see the gunshot wound and i went over and i hugged my son and i kissed my son. and i said good-bye to my son. >> reporter: it must have been excruciating. >> it still is. >> reporter: police say jordan davis was in a car with three other teens when 45-year-old michael dunn demanded they lower their music. an argument began. dunn told police he thought the teens had a shotgun so he pulled out his handgun and fired eight or nine shots. jordan davis was killed. dunn claims self-defense under florida's stand your ground law. police say the teens were unarmed. would that have happened without the stand your ground law in your book? >> no. i don't believe he would have done it. >> reporter: 27 states have stand your ground laws. four are considering changes including florida. >> this is good public policy. >> reporter: state representative dennis baxley he
more 49ers and jim kozimor will be here talking about vernon davis and why this is the best year of his life. reporting live from the super bowl in new orleans, ahmed fa read, nbc bay area news. >> nice work and great exclusive access for dave feldman and jim harbaugh. be careful of that new kaepernick jersey you just bought. counterfeiting combined with technology means modern crooks can counterfeit almost everything including super bowl gear. investigators from homeland security and customs enforcement displayed stacks of 49er footballs, hats, jersey t-shirts, today in san francisco. they aren't for sale. all of this is evidence part of a hall of more than $330 million worth of phony nfl merchandise seized in the bay area alone as part of operation red zone. agents targeted items sold online and right on your neighborhood street. >> just my own personal experience yesterday i was coming out of a restaurant from lunch and a guy sat up a table in front of me, piled a lunch of stuff on the table and started selling it. later on that day, we took his stuff. but it's aggressive. it's out t
with here. >> reporter: jimmy davis jr. and his family have been neighbors to jimmy dikes since he moved to this area and bought problem more than a year and a half ago. he says he's seen the bunker firsthand. >> he told me it's a storm shelter. and i've not seen it in about probably eight to nine months. not sure at what he's done to update it or anything. >> when you saw that bunker, what did it look like? how wide, how deep was it? >> it was like a 15 by 15 foot wide in length and about 12 foot deep, and it was lined with bricks like the little red bricks. >> davis says the travel trailer where he lives sits about 20 yards off the road on his property just behind the trailer is a massive steel shipping container that davis says he used as a shed. and behind that, slightly to the left sits the underground square bunker. >> actually had cinder blocks going down the steps and it was covered up with two sheets of plywood and nailed together with hinges and stuff as a door to open to it. >> davis saw the bunker early in its development. he says it had a t.arp and sand over the top and noti
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